Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki has confirmed her entry for this summer's Eastbourne International.

The Dane, a Devonshire Park regular, will join Eastbourne-based British No.1 Johanna Konta in the field for the pre-Wimbledon showpiece from June 22 to 30.

Wozniacki, who reclaimed the World No.1 ranking in January after the first Grand Slam title of her career at the Australian Open, enjoyed some impressive results in 2017.

She won the Tokyo title and WTA Finals title in Singapore. She also reached the finals at Doha, Dubai, Miami, Eastbourne, Bastad and Toronto.

Those performances saw Wozniacki improve her ranking from No.20 in the world at the start of 2017 to No.3 by year's end, before securing her return to the WTA's top spot last month for the first time since October 2010.

Runner-up to Karolina Pliskova at the 2017 Eastbourne International, Wozniacki won the title in 2009 and has also made three semi-finals appearances during a decade of appearances at the event.

The rejuvenated 27-year-old said: "I've had an exciting start to the year so far and I'm looking forward to seeing where that takes me in the first half of the season, and during the British summer of tennis.

"The Eastbourne fans have always given me a very warm welcome to Devonshire Park and I've had some memorable results there over the years, particularly winning the title in 2009.

"I hope to build on my ten-year history at the tournament this summer and to get the best possible grass court preparation in at the Eastbourne International ahead of Wimbledon."

Konta recently confirmed her entry for her home town tournament.

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